Ghost is open source, so I pay nothing to install it. I run various Ghost installations on Digital Ocean droplets at…
Ghost is an open-source blogging tool, which also offers memberships, email newsletters and paid subscriptions. It is written in Node.js.
Because it is free and open-source, it can be installed on any server. Many hosts offer managed hosting for Ghost as well.
Pros and Cons
They've invested so much into the writing experience that it feels like writing in a regular rich...
The standard hosting plan is rather expensive for a simple blog with low traffic.
Ghost is free to download and install.
Pricing found on the Ghost website is for Ghost(Pro), The Ghost Foundation's own hosting service. Plans start at $29/month, but there are cheaper options out there, including, of course, installing Ghost on your own server.
Add an image for Ghost.
Whenever you build a new blog or start a new website, what are the apps and services you add to it first? Google Analytics and Google Fonts? Segment to tie everything together? Disqus for comments?...
Do you use WordPress or Medium's default comments, direct people to comment on Hacker News or Twitter or another forum or social network, or do you use a hosted comment tool like Disqus?
I currently use MailChimp to produce a weekly finance newsletter comprising several articles as well as a diary of upcoming events I host. I have under 2000 subscribers, each tagged according to t...
Wake up with a great idea for a new widget. Build it, set up a table in front of your house, and sell it for $10 cash.
You just made $10. Pretty good deal.
So you expand your business, start a Shopify store, and sell online. Shopify charges 2% of your sale price, along with another 2.9% + 30¢…